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Exclusive Clip and Stills from Nickelodeon Halloween Premieres Airing October 15, 2016


Nickelodeon has provided Toonzone with an exclusive clip and stills from upcoming premiere episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants, The Loud House, and Harvey Beaks, all set to premiere this Saturday, October 15, 2016, starting at 10:45 AM (ET/PT).

SpongeBob Squarepants – 10/15 @ 10:45AM (ET/PT)

SpongeBob SquarePants Whirlybrains
SpongeBob and Patrick get hooked on the latest fad – flying your own brain like a tiny drone! With guest voice Ed Asner (Up, Elf).

The Loud House – 10/15 @ 11AM (ET/PT) Spooky 1/2 Hour

The Loud House One Flu Over the Loud House
The Price of Admission
After seeing a scary movie (that his parents told him not to), Lincoln can’t go to sleep and pulls an all-nighter.
One Flu Over the Loud House
When a common cold ravages through the loud house, Lincoln believes his sisters have turned into Zombies!

Harvey Beaks – 10/15 @ 11:30AM (ET/PT) 1/2 Hour Halloween Special

Harvey Beaks Technoscare
When Technobear decides he’s too cool for trick-or-treating, he’s visited by three Halloween spirits that remind him of the true meaning of the holiday.

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